Historic Cathedral ruins.  Built in 1905 and burnt in 1968.  The new Cathedral is built inside the ruins.  Historic Cemetery infront with many prominant figures buried there ie: Louis Riel.  Next door-l'Archevêché de Saint Boniface/The Archbishop's house which is one of the oldest Stone buildings in Western Canada, constructed in 1874.  The other side of the Cathédrale is the Musée de Saint Boniface Museum.  The largest Oak log structure in the world and Oldest wood building in western Canada.  Behind the Cathédrale is L'Université de Saint Boniface-the oldest educational institution in Western Canada, founded in 1818.